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Latin music in the world
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Around the world there are many cultures, continents like Africa America and its culture is well known for its rich culture, not only in terms of history but also in terms of music. Music is something which is globally recognized these two continents. And not for any music, the music features of some countries of America and Africa have something in particular, and this is his pace.

We all know the rhythm and flavor of the black race, in continents such as those listed above. The music in Africa has very high levels of importance, for example we can see that several countries, tribes and cultures on this continent, the music used for almost all activities, from celebrations to rites very important as the farewell of a loved one.

The music in Africa, since the time of slavery in his blood, the slaves had as an escape from reality, the sound of drums and rhythms aphrodisiacs. And so the music in the "black continent" has evolved to being the birthplace for many rhythms influence around the world have influenced countless artists, and will do so because the culture in African culture is born, lives and dies, with the rhythm and music present.

One of the rhythms that had a pretty big influence on the part of African culture was the salsa, Salsa is a rhythm that is popular in many parts of the world, at first the pace was very popular in the Caribbean American countries, as : Cuba, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Venezuela, etc ... but then the rhythm and flavor of salsa music was spreading throughout the world, to become known in countries like Japan, China and Egypt.

Obviously the sauce in several African countries is a music that is heard in every corner. The language is interpreted sauce is not a problem for blacks because there is a universal language, and are present in this language words like drums, congas and guaguanco. This is why in Africa no matter the language, regardless of their pace and taste.

Countries like the United States, have been greatly influenced by Latin music, rhythms like salsa, merengue and bachata, are very popular in many regions of this country, and not only popular in America capita population in USA, is also heard by Americans who the rhythm and flavor of the sauce has also touched.

In cities like New York, Miami, Houston and others, is normal to find salsa events, salsa academies, and even places where you only hear Latin rhythms. Undoubtedly, this has a great influence of the large number of Latino immigrants who come daily to this country, but globalization and the media as the Internet, no matter where we are, we can hear the music from any country the world. This is why it is no longer rare to see an American dance or better than a Cuban or Colombian salsa has heard all of life, that if some people say the flavor and rhythm in their blood and more than taking classes and classes the rhythm is something that "comes with one."

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